Updates from the Principal

July 27, 2022

Hello Kindergarten Parents and Guardians! 

This is just a quick note to raise awareness about the upcoming kindergarten playdate so that you can save the date. A formal invitation and flyer will be headed your way via email early next week.

Our amazing PTO will be sponsoring a playdate for our incoming kindergarten students on August 17th from 5:45 PM - 7:00 PM.  Attending the playdate will give the students an opportunity to meet new friends while playing on the playground, and it will give parents and guardians an opportunity to make connections with other kindergarten parents and guardians.  PTO members and I will be in attendance to welcome all parents and students!  

Courtesy of PTO, our newest students can look forward to some treats and goodies.  We hope that you are able to join us!

Enjoy the remaining days of summer!

Sincerely,

Dan Brown

Principal, Kent Primary School

 

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Upcoming Events

  • KPS Playground

    KPS Kindergarten Playdate

    Kent Primary School
  • Superintendent's Conference Day

    Carmel Central School District
  • First Day of School

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  • Kent Primary School Cafeteria

    KPS Kindergarten Orientation/Bus Run

    Kent Primary School
  • Labor Day

    Schools & Administrative Offices Closed

    Carmel Central School District
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Kent Primary School Mission Statement

We are a community that is dedicated to developing and inspiring children to be their best selves in all aspects of their lives.

Who We Are:
We are a cohesive community of professionals with a strong sense of family that possess, celebrate and share our unique and individual strengths. We share a common focus to help, facilitate and encourage young minds to grow and fulfill their potential. As facilitators of learning, we utilize a multitude of resources to model and promote these desired outcomes. A strong cohesive community.

What We Do:
As an academic institution we contribute to the development of minds through inspiring children to create and pursue their own goals and objectives. We accomplish this by creating a welcoming, nurturing and trusting environment for all that empowers children to work alongside their peers, regardless of limitations, ultimately becoming independent lifelong learners.  Foster personal and academic growth.

Who We Do It For:
Our service is focused on the children who will develop a solid foundation of skills, knowledge and values, maximizing their individual potential along the way. This will in turn contribute to the perpetual improvement of society. Our children.

Why We Do It:
As we practice our deep commitment to learning, we accept the roles we fulfill because we understand that children require a safe, positive environment in which to develop into self-motivated and socially appropriate adults. We realize that fulfilling these responsibilities has an even greater benefit to all of us as a growing and ever evolving global community. To inspire children to be their best in all aspects of their lives